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Have all those holiday meals left you craving for a beautiful, tasty side dish on your everyday meals as well? I know – sometimes it seems impossible to spend time on making dinner, let alone specific side dishes, but a nicely prepared meal just makes you feel comfy and happy. Doesn’t it? This recipe is going to help you get a wonderful side dish to complement your main course – and it’s not as difficult or time consuming as you’d think!
Roasted squash is a typical side dish on any Thanksgiving table. But why not give it a little kick and serve them year round, instead of just Thanksgiving? These squash are laced with Mexican chilis. The squash retains a tender sweetness, with hints of citrus. The sprinkling of crunchy little sesame seeds, adds the perfect final touch. This side plate only takes an hour of time from prep to cooking, which makes it an ideal dish for a weeknight meal.
Recipe and photo courtesy of The Food Network
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